The original 1962 Broadway review of Edward Albee's play. (Unofficial mirror of http://www.documentcloud.org/documents/439165-review-whos-afraid-of-virginia-woolf.html) Topics: documentcloud, nytimes, 1159-nyt-news
EDWARD ALBEE: Who's Afraid Of Virginia Woolf?Original Broadway CastMartha - Uta HagenGeorge - Arthur HillNick - George GrizzardHoney - Melinda DillonDirected by Alan SchneiderProduced for records by Goddard LiebersonRecorded in 1963Digital transfer by F. Reeder Topics: Edward Albee, Uta Hagen, spoken
An interpretation of the long poem/short story by Virginia Woolf. Images and narration taken from the Internet Archive. A Prelinger mash-up. Topics: virginia woolf, poem, poetry, abstract, woolf, mashup, burlesque, war
Virginia Woolf's "Orlando" is an excellent example of mock biography to use in literature classes concerned with analyzing literary genres. Woolf used humor to undermine some conventions of the genre of biography and to reform biography into a shape adequate to express the life of Vita Sackville-West. An ordinary biography most likely would have to position Vita as man or woman, tragic or comic. Woolf's mock biography, however, more uncertain than it is certain, more hyperbolic than... Topics: ERIC Archive, Biographies, Humor, Literary Criticism, Literary Devices, Literary Genres, Sex Role,...
Drawing on the work of Virginia Woolf, feminist instructors of college composition can help their students to develop their own voices by encouraging innovation and revision of mainstream discourses and ways of expression. If Woolf believed that women cannot escape the language of men, which not only constitutes the symbolic realm of phallocentric culture but also names the very same language within which women's subject positions are constructed, she also believed that new forms emerge from... Topics: ERIC Archive, Females, Feminism, Higher Education, Language Role, Reader Text Relationship,...
Cross-Pollinations Workshop Presentations 2011 NiCHE has archived 17 audio presentations from this event This collaborative and interdisciplinary workshop brought together Canadian experts (historians, writers, literary critics, curators, environmental consultants, and visual artists) in the production and interpretation of text and visual imagery to better understand how such media enable us to know and then act on behalf of places in more sustainable and ethical ways. The places in question... Topic: Environmental History
A Philip Whalen class on Virginia Woolf. Whalen discusses Woolf's biography, including her death, her journals and letters, and her novels, including To the Lighthouse and The Waves. Whalen also reads and discusses excerpts from Woolf's works.
Silvia La Regina. “Inediti di Gabriella Micks”. In A.Mariani, F.Marroni, M. Verzella. Scritture femminili: da Mary Wollstonecraft a Virginia Woolf. Roma: Aracne, 2009. Topics: Gabriella Micks, inediti, Fielding, Byatt, Eliot
First half of an Anne Waldman class, continuing her series from the summer of 1977 on women writers, focusing on Virginia Woolf. She begins by reading invocations written by students, then reads and discusses selections from Woolf's work, including "To the lighthouse" and "Mrs. Dalloway." The class concludes with a question and answer session. (Continued on 77P076)
Second half of an Anne Waldman class, continuing her series from the summer of 1977 on women writers, focusing on Virginia Woolf. She begins by reading invocations written by students, then reads and discusses selections from Woolf's work, including "To the lighthouse" and "Mrs. Dalloway." The class concludes with a question and answer session.(Continued from 77P075)
This week Scott & Christopher spotlight one of the most critically acclaimed and respected directors, Mike Nichols. Four of his pictures are reviewed this week including his first one, "Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf." Topics: Movies, Review, Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf, Closer, Working Girl, Regarding Henry, Mike Nichols
Aimadas por Conjuros es un programa de radio de poesía y narrativa de mujeres y lesbianas. En el primer programa de la temporada 2010 de Animadas por Conjuros, compartimos fragmentos del Capítulo 2 del libro Un Cuarto Propio de Virginia Woolf.En el primer programa de la temporada 2010 de Animadas por Conjuros, compartimos fragmentos del Capítulo 2 del libro Un Cuarto Propio de Virginia Woolf. Topics: poesía, narrativa
Librivox recording of NIght and Day by Virginia Woolf. Read by J. M. Smallheer. Night and Day (1919) is a novel by Virginia Woolf. Set in Edwardian London, Night and Day contrasts the daily lives of two friends, Katharine Hilbery and Mary Datchet. The novel examines the relationships between love, marriage, happiness, and success. (Wikipedia) For more free audiobooks, or to become a volunteer reader, please visit librivox.org. Download M4B Part 1 (182MB) Download M4B Part 2 (255MB) ( 1 reviews ) Topics: virginia woolf, night and day, hilbery, datchet, edwardian, english literature, feminism, bloomsbury Source: Librivox recording of a public-domain text
LibriVox recording of Monday or Tuesday, by Virginia Woolf. Read by LizMourant. Adeline Virginia Woolf was an English author, essayist, publisher, and writer of short stories, regarded as one of the foremost modernist literary figures of the twentieth century. During the interwar period, Woolf was a significant figure in London literary society and a member of the Bloomsbury Group. Her most famous works include the novels Mrs. Dalloway (1925), To the Lighthouse (1927), and Orlando (1928), and... Topics: Short stories, literature, Librivox, audiobook Source: Librivox recording of a public-domain text
Librivox recording of The Voyage Out by Virginia Woolf. Read by Grant Hurlock. The Voyage Out is the first novel by Virginia Woolf, published in 1915 by Duckworth; and published in the U.S. in 1920 by Doran. One of Woolf's wittiest social satires. Rachel Vinrace embarks for South America on her father's ship and is launched on a course of self-discovery in a kind of modern mythical voyage. The mismatched jumble of passengers provide Woolf with an opportunity to satirize Edwardian life. The... Topics: librivox, audiobooks, fiction, social satire, Woolf Source: Librivox recording of a public-domain text
Is prevention a "good deal" in terms of its return on investment? Dr. Steven Woolf recently wrote a commentary in JAMA showing that it is. In this podcast, Dr. Woolf discusses the commentary and rejects assertions by prevention critics that prevention costs too much because it saves and extends lives. Topics: Partnership for Prevention, prevention, health, health care, Steven Woolf, Corinne G. Husten, JAMA
WARNING: CONTAINS ADULT LANGUAGE AND CONTENT, AND VIRGINIA WOOLF.Originally aired 25 January 2013.The gang have a new best friend – a disembodied alien intelligence with god-like power! If they hang around with such a creature, nothing can go wrong, right?Starring:Steve Parker as the Disembodied Alien IntelligenceAnthony Santamaria as JimAdrian Thurnwald as the DMWritten by Adrian Thurnwald Topics: The Role-Playing Hour, audio, comedy, podcast, disembodied alien intelligence, skate park, Virgina...
Gutunak: Anne Buleynn, Mary Wollstonecraft, Gustave Flaubert, Julian Gaiarre, Harriet Wilson, , James Joyce, J. R. R. Tolkien, Virginia Woolf, Kapitaina eta Balea Itzultzaileak: James Joycerena: Inigo Roque Eguzkitza Tolkienena: Jasone Larrinaga Gainerakoak: Ana Morales Euskarazko orijinalak: Gaiarre eta Kapitaina eta Balea Irakurlea: Ana Morales Edizioa: Ana Morales Topics: gutunak, euskara, audioa
No necesitamos ninguna recompensa para continuar aberrando desde el Poetas de la dinamita: Joy Division – Virginia Woolf – Andrés Pajares – Dr. Pablo de la Iglesia – Jaime B. - Sex Pistols – Santiago R. Santerbás – Mario Benedetti – Public Image Limited – Federico García Lorca – New Order – Carta de una madre Topics: Radio, Literatura, Music
byDr. Jim Teagarden, editor, Kansas State University
This session from the 1989 MSLBD used the "Meeting of Minds" format of the Steve Allen television series to interview four historical figures (Voltaire, Carl Rodgers, Virginia Woolf, & Sigmund Freud) regarding their ideas about therapy, teaching and the education of behaviorally disordered children. Topics: MSLBD, Janus Project, Meeting of Minds, Robert Zabel, Carl Smith, Mary Kay Zabel, James Zabel,...
A Free Box Of Out-Of-The-Box Wisdom (ejectus in viam)Arrange whatever pieces come your way. ~Virginia WoolfYou are never alone in life. And certainly not while you have all those voices inside your head.John Mitchell @OneJohnMitchell1h Topics: Random, thinking, wealth, poverty, jobs, employment, unemployment, basic income, parenting,...
First half of a class from Anne Waldman's month-long series on female writers, "Some Women Writers," during the summer of 1977. The class consists of notes on Jane Austen and readings of her work, discussion of Virginia Woolf and Jean Rhys, and a discussion of the goddess and her role in women's writings. Readings make up most of the class. (Continued on 77p073.)
First half of a class from Anne Waldman's month-long series on female writers, "Some Women Writers," during the summer of 1977. The class consists of notes on Jane Austen and readings of her work, discussion of Virginia Woolf and Jean Rhys, and a discussion of the goddess and her role in women's writings. Readings make up most of the class. (Continued on 77p073.) Keyword: New American Poetry, New York School, women poets, feminist poetry, spiritualism and literature
First half of a class from Anne Waldman's month-long series on female writers, "Some Women Writers," during the summer of 1977. The class consists of notes on Jane Austen and readings of her work, discussion of Virginia Woolf and Jean Rhys, and a discussion of the goddess and her role in women's writings. Readings make up most of the class. (Continued on 77p073.) Topics: New American Poetry, New York School, women poets, feminist poetry, spiritualism and literature
Cultural Vistas and Sites of Identity. Essays on Literature, Film and American Studies by Réka M. Cristian reflects on an array of American identities assembled in a heterogeneous compilation of New American Studies through examples taken from literature (Getting Home Alive by Rosario Morales and Aurora Levins Morales, The Goat or Who Is Sylvia? by Edward Albee, How I Learned to Drive by Paula Vogel) and film (The Roman Spring of Mrs. Stone, Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?, Frida and Babel). Topic: american studies, literature, film, culture
This is a video of a Feb. 4, 2009, congressional briefing in Washington DC. It features Corinne G. Husten, MD, PHD, Interim President of Partnership for Prevention; Steven H. Woolf, MD, MPH, Departments of Family Medicine, Epidemiology and Community Health, Virginia Commonwealth University, and associate editor of the American Journal of Preventive Medicine; and Marc Manley, MD, Medical Director and Vice President, Blue Cross/Blue Shield of Minnesota. They offer evidence rebutting recent... Topics: health care, healthcare, prevention, Partnership for Prevention, Steven Woolf, Marc Manley,...
A collection of public domain short stories by women up to 1962. The Putnam Tradition, by Sonia Dorman â pg 1 The White Pagoda, by Anne Sedgwick â 11 For the Love of the Hills, by Susan Glaspell -- 51 The String Quartet, by Virginia Woolf -- 64 Tuckered Out. by Sarah W. Brooks -- 70 The Garden Lodge, by Willa Cather -- 79 The Fisherman of Pass Christian, by Alice Dunbar -- 93 Back Pay, by Fannie Hurst -- 107 Elizabeth Eliza Writes A Paper, by Lucretia Hale -- 156 The Tree of Knowledge, by... Topics: Fannie Hurst, Sonia Dorman, Susan Glaspell, Virginia Woolf, Edith Wharton, Alice Dunbar, Willa...
Tales of Mystery & Imagination - "SEPARATION" The Robert Lloyd EraSeason 1, Wave 1, Episode 1When Edgar Allan Poe boards the TARDIS for the first time, he, the Doctor and Ellie Templeton are thrown into the midst of an adventure in a brave new world and beyond into the realm of fantasy and beyond believable. Written by Tom DenhamDirected by Tom DenhamThe Doctor (Robert Lloyd), Ellie (Natasha Jacobs), Edgar Allan Poe (Bryce Mazzarella), Tristan (Aron Toman),Dracula (Zak... Topics: audio, Doctor Who, drama, radio, sci-fi, Rob Lloyd, serial, series, Tales, TARDIS
Speaking Out And UpAs he well knew, man's voice is an all-powerful charm. of Jesus, from Kazantzakis's The Last TemptationAlexander Chen reminisces about studying with the inimitable Annie Dillard, who echoes Mark Twain’s contention that “all ideas are second-hand, consciously and unconsciously drawn from a million outside sources,” Alexander Graham Bell’s assertion that "our most original compositions are composed exclusively of expressions derived from others,” and young... Topics: Random, thinking, wealth, poverty, jobs, employment, unemployment, basic income, parenting,...
This is a collection of rather clever tales in which a dragon is one of the players. Edith Nesbit was a much beloved author of children's books in England who is not that well known in the United States. I found her writing to be very charming and funny. The text for this story may be found at www.gutenberg.org. Search author for Nesbit. Nesbit was an early member of the Fabian Society along with H.G. Wells, George Bernard Shaw, and Virginia Woolf. It was the precursor of the Socialism movement... Topics: dragons, fairy tales, adventure, humor, Nesbit,Fabian Society